Roadrunner-> Dupree's Diamond Blues, Minglewood Blues, Bird Song, Tons Of Steel-> Supplication-> Let It Grow Uncle John's Band-> Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> I Need A Miracle-> Stella Blue-> Sugar Magnolia, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
1st set only; Matrix SBD>MC>C>CD; via Jim Skinner; Seeded to etree by Willy
Franklin's Towel -
April 5, 2012 Subject:
This sounds like an AUD
I'm not hearing the SBD part of this, it just sounds like a quality AUD recording.
December 4, 2011 Subject:
.....if a Brother was seeking perfection, a show was the wrong place to be.- For me, this show was a perfect example of what The Boys were doing at this time. Sure, all the old 70's heads were cryin' about jerrys voice and 'The Scene' - But c'mon, we all (most) knew what Jerry was up too-and many of us were playing too .. that's why his interventions were a hypocritical 12 step joke-But you paid your ticket and you took your ride! I wouldn't trade any of it!!! I mean, just listen to Healy on that pedal...don't know about you folks,but those echoes used to throw be into counterclockwiseandupsidedownflips ..and for that poor guy who earlier stated that 80s shows lacked ... wel ..must not have been there ..Miss All Of You!!!
April 12, 2008 Subject:
hey, does anyone remember,hear that rush during duprees...fruity 1986,small little hampton gate rush,a few got in and they try to catch them,and WE were.....tripping,jelly role will drive you stone mad
May 24, 2004 Subject:
i know, i know, three stars is generous for such a short set, but hey, this first set bounces right from that first note of roadrunner through the supplication false start of let it grow to its last note. a friend of mine once said that she couldn't understand how we survived the mid-80s with jerry's "pudding" voice. here's why: strength and conviction. the boyz click along, the rafters of hampton and your chest cavity rattling with phil. this '85-like energy did not last into the summer much past the frost. at the very least, check out the delightful opener: feel-good mid-80s at its best.